Scott MacMillan

Scott MacMillan is a freelance journalist who lives in Cairo.

March 27 2006 4:09 PMWhat's the Matter With Kiev?Sunday's vote wasn't a rejection of the orange revolution, it was proof of its success.
Oct. 6 2005 6:46 AMNo U.S. Visa for You! But How About a Nice Trip to Iraq?Why America loves Poland's soldiers but not her tourists.
Aug. 1 2005 4:45 PMThe Adams FamilyThe IRA is still at war.
March 11 2005 2:16 PMGerry's KidsThe IRA and Sinn Fein are in trouble. So where does Gerry Adams go from here?
International Papers
Jan. 6 2005 1:56 PMDoes Size Matter?The international press comments as tsunami relief grows competitive.
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Nov. 11 2004 4:25 PMHolland in FlamesReligious violence and terror arrests stun the Netherlands in the aftermath of filmmaker Theo van Gogh's murder.
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Oct. 14 2004 6:09 PMTesting Turkish JusticeThe "Caliph of Cologne" is sent home to stand trial.
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Sept. 16 2004 2:40 PMPutin's Power PlayHas the Russian president quashed democracy in the name of homeland security?
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Aug. 19 2004 2:15 PMYankees Go Home—and Europe Will Miss ThemThe international press weighs the impact of Bush's troop withdrawals.
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July 22 2004 2:05 PMSharon to France: Send Me Your JewsThe international press watches the gloves come off as Israel blasts Europe.
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Feb. 12 2004 8:09 PMThe Case of the Missing CandidateWhy was Ivan Rybkin in Kiev?
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Nov. 26 2003 4:27 PMEurope Rips Up the RulebookFrance and Germany get away with overspending.
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Sept. 9 2003 5:31 PMEurope to Bush: We'll save you (maybe).
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June 25 2003 4:37 PMTony Blair's "dodgy dossier debacle."
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June 11 2003 5:54 PMThe Czech Republic ponders its future.
Jan. 27 2006 2:10 PMHow To Civilize HamasWill Wednesday's winners be too busy fixing potholes to wage jihad?
Sept. 16 2005 11:45 AMWhat's Good for the IRA ...Northern Ireland's unionists learn a lesson from the enemy.
June 17 2005 2:54 PMNo. 2 in TehranIn Iran's presidential election, the race to watch is for second place.
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Jan. 20 2005 6:01 PM"Gentleman Occupiers" No MoreThe international press looks at Britain's Abu Ghraib-style prisoner abuse scandal.
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Dec. 9 2004 5:19 PMElection Pain Yields New Ukraine"Orange Revolution" spurs constitutional reforms.
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Oct. 28 2004 4:29 PMAnother Day, Another EU CrisisThe European Parliament takes on the European Commission—and wins.
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Sept. 30 2004 3:17 PMTalking TurkeyWill the European Union ever let a Muslim nation join their club?
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Sept. 2 2004 2:59 PMTerror Goes to SchoolThe international press reacts to two hostage crises.
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Aug. 5 2004 12:50 PMSweeping Up TerrorNo color-coded alerts, but Britain raids top terrorism suspects.
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March 18 2004 7:08 PMToday Madrid, Tomorrow Rome?Plus, ethnic violence returns to Kosovo.
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Dec. 16 2003 5:08 PMEurope's Constitutional CrisisWho's to blame for this weekend's diplomatic donnybrook?
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Nov. 3 2003 4:11 PMBritain's Conservative Party looks to the old.
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July 7 2003 3:59 PMSuicide bombs in Moscow.
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June 18 2003 5:35 PMIran's young reject the revolution.
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June 5 2003 1:33 PMEU troops head to Africa.



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Oct. 17 2014 5:26 PM Judge Begrudgingly Strikes Down Wyoming’s Gay Marriage Ban
  Double X
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  Slate Plus
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Oct. 20 2014 7:15 AM The Slate Doctor Who Podcast: Episode 9 A spoiler-filled discussion of "Flatline."
Oct. 19 2014 4:33 PM Building Family Relationships in and out of Juvenile Detention Centers
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  Health & Science
Bad Astronomy
Oct. 20 2014 7:00 AM Gallery: The Red Planet and the Comet
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